Manchester United have selected Ryan Giggs to take first team responsibility until the end of the season, and below is a small insight into what he will offer on the training ground.
Giggs has played for United since 1990 and won a haul of domestic and European silverware. Yesterday he was announced as manager for the remainder of the season, and will hope to reinstall some attractive football and passion back into the remaining United performances.
David Moyes departed the scene at Old Trafford on Tuesday after a run of poor results and performances that meant they will not qualify for next seasons Champions League. His final defeat came to his old club Everton, and with United's bitter rivals Liverpool looking likely to win the Premier League, the club owners decided to stop the rot and dismiss the Scot after less than a year in charge.
It remains to be seen whether Ryan Giggs will take up the full-time role as Manchester United, but his lack of experience in the dug-out and rumours of imminent arrivals make it unlikely. Options such as Louis Van Gaal, Jurgen Klopp and even a return from Sir Alex Ferguson have all been speculated about since Moyes' sacking.
But even if Ryan Giggs does not make the cut as United's first choice manager, we can still see a little insight into his methods from 1994, where he took a training session along with club legend Sir Bobby Chartlon to deliver advice on how to deliver attacking football.
Watch Ryan Giggs take a training session on attacking football with Sir Bobby Charlton back in 1994.